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  1. They're asking for 775k, which seems like quite a lot. There's not enough that can convey how excited I am for this. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/harmonix/amplitude
  2. I'm probably the wrong one to start this thread as I'm a Warriors virgin, but picked this up today at Game as an impulse buy, having hyped myself up for Hyrule Warriors before going PS4 this gen. Not too sure what to think so far. The presentation's lovely, really smooth frame rate even with dozens of peasants on screen and all the historical figures involved look like gorgeous anime pop stars, as expected. The music's amazing as well - very catchy. I can't speak for the combat as it's just been me mashing square and triangle so far with screen-obliterating messages from the combatants popping up every five seconds informing me of how the battle's progressing. I very rarely have a clue what's going on, but it sure is enjoyable whatever it is the hell I'm doing. There's a Chronicle mode too where you can create your own character and go around warring-states Japan meeting the famous generals and daimyos of the age. Like I said, I wouldn't know a good Dynasty Warriors game if it blew up in my face, but I've been having a lot of fun with this and it's been getting some pretty favourable reviews. Any Musou connoisseurs care to share their views and tips?
  3. Be interesting to see if Activision pull the BC trigger and make them work on Xbox1.
  4. deKay

    May PS+

    Games are up here: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME EDIT: Watch_Dogs was a lie It would seem that Watch_Dogs (PS4) and Tetris Ultimate are two of the games:
  5. By Visceral Games & Ghost Games Official Site Release Date: March 17th 2015 ABOUT Source IMAGES VIDEOS Rllmuk Tags PS4 KR1355G Kerrraig macthreesixty Trokie FishyFishArcade Bleeders79 smithstock gooner4life shimmyhill LordSaru ThePunisher316 JaminTastic jimmmUK Spuck-uk mrdavewhite MrHoodedclaw RickyDVT Greenmankarl DJKNIGHT13 KryptonianUK skittlewood Oilswell
  6. http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2016/02/24/coming-to-playstation-plus-in-march-broforce-galak-z-more/
  7. Vorgot

    PS3 Shooters

    As I am coming to the end of my PS3 games that I really want to play, I realise I have not played a decent FPS for ages. So did some trawling round the shops and PSN, and there seem to be some bargains to be had. I'm after games with a good campaign, not bothered with MP, and I guess some servers will be gone now anyway. So I've grabbed Borderlands 1 and 2 and The Orange Box, was looking to grab a couple more. Resistance 3 seems a solid bet, as does SIngularity for being a bit different. Was also going to grab a Crysis game, which is best, 2 or 3? Any other suggestions of stuff I might be missing? I really enjoyed Spec Ops, but I can't think of a shooter that has grabbed me since CoD2 (I did play the Black Ops campaign as well). Didn't get on well with Far Cry Blood Dragon either.
  8. I think it's probably best we start a new thread for season 2 players. That way any new players just getting started on season one don't get spoiled.
  9. By Square-Enix Murdered.com Release date: June 6th 2014 ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS
  10. From GAF: Pretty shit that Sony never bothered to just release the emulator, be pretty sweet to be able to play PS2 games on the PS3.
  11. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/01/07/playstation-now-streaming-game-service-coming-this-summer/ Netflix for games, streaming huge numbers of PS3 games to my Vita please, Sony. Happy to pay a monthly free. Chop chop.
  12. The PlusCast is a monthly podcast by rllmuk members talking about the Instant Games Collection provided by Sony as part of their PSPlus subscription service. Every month, we talk about the games that have been available in the previous month and the games available next month on the service. Listen in to hear about the games that we have been playing and to hear about what lies ahead for you next month. The PlusCast, Oct 15, Xeodrifter, Super Time Force and Sony bashing Hipcast links: RSS: http://barry.hipcast.com/rss/pluscast.xml Subscribe on Itunes too. Thanks to MW Jimmy and Bradigor for his contribution again this month. Dropbox link to previous PlusCast episodes not on the RSS: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fxbzkwj6qiilon6/AAAkRn-JA8TOdG7X_Pxb9IPta Follow us on twitter: @PsPlusCast and facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pluscast
  13. Another day, another leak. EA uploaded this to Origin by mistake. So (from this extremely scarce information) it looks like it's probably set in a city environment again, but this time he has a bow and arrows! I remember I quite enjoyed Crysis 2, but I find that I can actually recall very little about it apart from a vague memory of it ending on a flying island and thinking that the story went pretty stupid towards the end.
  14. We all know the 360 was probably the worst in terms of reliability in the early days. I remember at GAME we were getting nearly 50% back faulty at one point. Addons of warranties was dead easy, all you had to do was mention RROD. The PS3 I'm not sure of. With the current gen, I'm not expecting mega numbers, but we did get a handfull back every month at GamesCentre. I know I'm on my second Xbox One after the drive failed in my launch unit. I've also had a controller fail on it. 360 wise, I had 7 in total over the years. Most had the RROD and one had a drive failure, I bought a slim unit on release and never had a problem with it.
  15. I hope you like Lego. http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2015/08/26/this-weeks-playstation-store-discounts-rory-mcilroy-pga-tour-lego-titan-souls-more/ Deal of the Week (ends 2nd September 2015) EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (PS4) Original price £54.99/€69.99 Offer price £34.99/€44.99 The LEGO Collection (ends 9th September 2015) PS4 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £49.99/€59.99 Offer price £25.00/€30.00 PS Plus price: £20.00/€24.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition Original price £64.99/€74.99 Offer price £32.50/€37.50 PS Plus price: £26.00/€30.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £44.99/€59.99 Offer price £35.99/€47.99 PS Plus price: £26.99/€35.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes DLC: Super Pack Original price £3.99/€4.99 Offer price £2.00/€2.50 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 PS3 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Original price £19.99/€29.99 Offer price £10.00/€15.00 PS Plus price: £8.00/€12.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £44.99/€49.99 Offer price £22.50/€25.00 PS Plus price: £18.00/€20.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition Original price £54.99/€64.99 Offer price £27.50/€32.50 PS Plus price: £22.00/€26.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £27.99/€34.99 PS Plus price: £23.99/€29.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes DLC: Super Pack Original price £3.99/€4.99 Offer price £2.00/€2.50 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 LEGO The Lord of the Rings Original price £29.99/€39.99 Offer price £12.00/€16.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 PS Vita LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Deutsch Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Français Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £24.49/€27.99 PS Plus price: £20.99/€23.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 PS Plus price: £14.00/€16.00 LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £14.00/€16.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £15.75/€18.00 PS Plus price: £12.25/€14.00 LEGO The Lord of the Rings Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 PS Plus price: £14.00/€16.00 LEGO Batman: The Videogame Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £4.00/€5.00 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 %5BPSP%5D Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £6.00/€7.50 PS4 deals (ends 2nd September 2015) Dead of Alive 5 Last Round Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £24.74/€29.99 PS Plus price: £18.14/€21.99 MotoGP 15 Original price £49.99/€64.99 Offer price 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  16. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2015/01/29/playstation-plus-februarys-free-games/ Apotheon (PS4) Transistor (PS4) Thief (PS3) Yakuza 4 (PS3) Rogue Legacy (PS4, PS3, PS Vita Cross Buy) Kick and Fennick (PS Vita) Thought this deserved a thread each month. Trailers:
  17. I'm sure I heard about this game years and years ago and had completely forgotten about it. Well, it's out quite soon! Looks pretty ace.
  18. How not to be a n00b at battlefield. The most important change for a CoD player, is spotting. Spotting is critical to success. On 360 it is the back button to spot. aim at an enemy (person, tank, whatever) and press back to spot. This will highlight them for your team-mates and you and track their movement for about 10 seconds. Sometimes it's better to not engage someone and let a squad member or someone else from your side take them out: be it they're better positioned or you can do more damage by slinking towards the flag/MCOM and not give yourself away by letting out shots (non-suppressed fire marks you on the mini map). While there are times and places you can lone wolf it, and to great success, the key to winning is teamwork. There are two sides in Battlefield. The US and Russians. Each side has some weapons that are distinct to them. You might have been playing for a different side in one match and not seen your customisations. Actually I may have mis read your question. I should point out the unlocks are per weapon not an 'overall' unlock. i.e. you need to unlock the holo for each and every weapon. Am I levelling up as I play? When do i get more gear? 1: Yes, new attachments every 10 kills and new gear every level up of the weapon, and often when levelling your soldier. Why are some people green? 2: They are in your squad of four. You can spawn onto your squad but not the rest of your side. Also, 1 person leads the squad and can designate targets to attack/defend. Point straight at the target and press back. How on earth do you fly planes and copters? Seems very difficult to me 3: Slowly but surely. You need time to get accustomed and the game doesn't give you it at all. Once you are in the air, spot as many enemies, particularly aircraft, as you can, and you'll eventually get flares, then heatseekers, by which time you'l have got better at not pitching your machine into the turf. Vanilla aircraft are more or less useless. I'm playing without a mic as I dont have one - does this matter? 4: Appallingly few people use voice in this game. No idea why - it's built for it, it is limited to your squad to encourage squad play and being able to warn or call for backup as well as spot is worth many points sometimes. When a round has finished how do I leave the lobby? 5: You have to wait for the next game to start, then go to pause-quit. This is because DICE fucking hate you and want you to piss half your evening away loading maps you don't want to play. The skill level: What is Suppression? Basically, you shoot at somebody behind cover or not and whether you hit them or not - doesn't matter. Whilst you are suppressing them with fire, their screen goes blurry and distorted for a few seconds (or constant when under fire). The suppression perk makes the effect last longer and be more brutal. Then, if your team kills that person you get 50 points (suppression assist). Join a squad! Join a squad, even if it's randoms. It will allow you to get back into the battle quicker when killed and vice versa, rather than spawning right back at the base. Even if you're not using voice chat, sometimes squads just click, supporting each other with ammo, health, cover and spotting. Squad leader has a star next to their name, the other information in those columns are class and squad perk, in case you didn't realise. Pressing spot as squad leader scouts out commands to your squad and you get bonus points both for telling them to do it and for them doing it, I think they get a few points for following orders too. If you order an attack/defend on a specific objective it gets 4 little red arrows around it. Is there bullet/projectile physics? Yes Why be recon? Whenever Recon I'll make sure it's for counter-sniping (generally only ever on Rush). Damavand Peak is a perfect example where 1 good Recon can turn the tides. When you're attacking and you have 3-4 snipers on the opposite team defending from the towers. Your team become scared to move from all the suppression fire, so you tend to see them hang back shooting people to the far left of the complex. Take out their snipers so they don't have issues bombing down the hill and the defence will be overrun in no time. The MAV is perfect for advancing, it helps hugely to just see where their defence is setting up. Your Little Bird and your LAV can then rain down hell while your squad advances to the MCOMS on maps like Noshahr Canals for example. Then obviously as has been discussed, you get the spawn beacon. 1 spawn beacon placed in the right place behind enemy lines on Rush is priceless. Regarding spawn beacons: basically if you leave a spawn in open space then you will parachute in, if you leave it indoors or under cover then you will spawn on the group by the beacon. Gun stat porn:- TLDR: AEK-971 and M240B are still the shit. SCAR-H is still good. http://symthic.dy.fi/?s=bf3 Original First Post Below Beta Info... http://planetbattlef...y.php?id=164272 http://blogs.battlef...rder-now.aspx## Full reveal in next months GI. (March 1st, but as always expect scans to be available earlier) http://blogs.battlef...rder-now.aspx## Battlefield 3 allows you to feel the full impact of battle like never before. Powered by Frostbite 2, the next generation of DICE's cutting-edge gaming engine, Battlefield 3 delivers spectacular visuals, earth-shattering destruction and real as hell combat gameplay providing a dramatic immersive First Person Shooter experience. One moment you may be marching down a hilltop listening to the hypnotic sound of a firefight in the distance or admiring the way the light reflects off the smoke plumes of ground to air missiles rising from the city you're about to engage. The next you're on an urban street, surrounded, claustrophobic, fighting for your life and looking eight ways at once with all your senses on high alert, chilled at the knowledge that the building you're hiding behind can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Welcome to Battlefield 3. Beta info. http://www.ea.com/1/beta
  19. This only popped onto my radar this week when Eurogamer announced it was coming out on Weds 1st April - everything they said made it look like my cup of tea, its a cut down non fully licensed arcadey sports game which gives the best of both worlds (modern graphics and engine but simplistic throwback old style gameplay). This got me reading round and it did indeed pick up a bit of cult following in the US who loved it. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-03-31-super-mega-baseball-arrives-in-europe-this-week I'll start a thread for it just in the hope that it may appeal to a few others too as it had totally escaped me. Forget the big type sports sims games like MLB or the FIFAs, this is a proper arcadey lite old school game where you can rattle thru a 5 inning game in 20m, that said it does come with a stripped down price too, £15. I've only played a couple of games but can already tell there is far more to the simple presentation than meets the eye, meaning I suspect it may have a little more to it than the last baseball game i loved (The Bigs 2), it introduces all the controls to you as you play and builds up the complexity (which I suspect you can ignore a lot of and just get on with it if you want) Here is a giant bomb look to give you the idea :
  20. http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2015/01/29/lego-marvel-avengers-and-lego-jurassic-world-coming-in-2015.aspx Still no Lego Back To The Future. Booo. Here's the press release:
  21. It's Sledgehammer Games time for a go on the Call of Duty conveyor belt. Full reveal in a few days, but they've released a screenshot - let's speculate wildly! Going by the combination of the title and screenshot I surmise the black fella's name is Smith, what I haven't figured out is why he's wearing what appears to be a knight's helmet. Maybe Activision want some of that sweet, sweet Game of Thrones cash? EDIT: Apparently it's called Advanced Warfare and not Blacksmith so now my post makes no sense. Thanks a lot NeoGAF!
  22. PSN Store Discounts 10/06/15 includes PS4 Double Discount sale (see post 2) Spoilered below by system Digital Discounts (ends 24th June) Cross-Buy PS4 PS Vita PS3 Big Discounts (ends 24th June) PS3 PS Vita
  23. smithstock

    FIFA 15

    Teaser trailer released: - PC, PS4 and X1 will use Ignite engine - New tag line: #FeelTheGame - More details to come in the EA conference
  24. Is this happening? Are they going with the streaming stuff or are they just hoping people forget? If it's all laggy for connection paupers will there be the option to download? I wanna play Okami I wanna play God Hand I wanna play Shadow of Collussus I wanna play some obscure JRPG for ten minutes before turning it off. And what about PS3 games?
  25. Update: Now available on 3DS, PC, PS3, PS4, PSVita, Xbox One and WiiU OlliOlli is getting some pretty rave reviews - it's been on my radar since late last year, and as a purveyor of great taste, is one of my most anticipated releases of 2014. Its a high score game that revels in getting the player into the zone, and pushing for that one more go. Easy description is Tony Hawks meets Trials. Originally conceived as a mobile title, it was picked up for Vita and given the praise of the controls, it was a probably a wise choice. Out tomorrow for £7.99 or £6.39 for PSPlus members for launch week. Video Reviews EDGE - 8 Eurogamer - 9 Polygon - 8.5
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